The first games to be played at the new Desert Diamonds Baseball Complex got underway recently. And two fields at the Las Vegas Valley’s first 90-foot baseball diamond four-plex were named in a brief ceremony for two men who coached, mentored and inspired hundreds of local baseball players, some of whom went on to play Major League Baseball. Fields 2 and 3 are being named for Manny Guerra and Carl Cassell, respectively. Each has played important roles in Southern Nevada baseball at the youth, American Legion and college levels and scouted in the Major Leagues. The inaugural games were played as part of the 2019 Desert Classic hosted by Bishop Gorman High School. The complex sits on a 25-acre site adjacent to Mountain’s Edge Regional Park at 7929 Mountains Edge Parkway and features four adult baseball fields, natural turf, lights bleachers and sun shade. For more information, please visit ClarkCountyNV.gov.